Wonder Woman: Season 1, Episode 2

Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther (21 Apr. 1976)

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Steve is framed for charges of treason by Nazi spies and Wonder Woman finds herself in trouble when she loses her magic lasso while trying to rescue him.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
Christine Belford ...
Baroness Paula Von Gunther
Ed Gilbert ...
Warden (as Edmund Gilbert)
Ed Griffith ...
Christian Juttner ...
Arthur Deal III
Jude Farese ...
Guard #1
Cletus Young ...
Guard #2
Ruth Warshawsky ...
John Brandon ...
Police Sergeant


Steve is framed for charges of treason by Nazi spies and Wonder Woman finds herself in trouble when she loses her magic lasso while trying to rescue him.

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21 April 1976 (USA)  »

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Wonder Woman: It looks as if you're going to have more time to read about democracy, Baroness. Lucky you find it so fascinating. Perhaps now you'll appreciate it and learn from your unwomanly mistakes.
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13 January 2013 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

Once in the US she is working for Steve Trevor, the man she brought back to the army in the pilot. Of course she's out of her Wonder Woman clothes and guess what, Steve doesn't know that Diana Prince, his secretary is in fact Wonder Woman and is a bit in love with Wonder Woman. Steve has to go for another mission but things go wrong and is captured by the Nazis. Yes, it's Wonder Woman who has to do the job.

Just she how she changes from Diana into Wonder Woman, so campy and again this is what's it all about. The fight scene's are again ridiculous but loving the exploitation and drive-in genre this is exactly what it reminds me of.

Still here you have the feeling that the writers intended to get to know all characters throughout the series. It's still fun to see but not as good as the pilot.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5

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